Connected Vehicle Planning Processes and Products and Stakeholder Roles and Responsibilities
FHWA-JPO-15-246, January 2015
By: Federal Highway AdministrationReport a broken link
This report assesses how connected vehicles should be considered across the range of transportation planning processes and products developed by states, metropolitan planning organizations, and local agencies throughout the country. While the focus is primarily on connected vehicle technology, automated vehicle technology is considered as well. The report also identifies elements and activities required to support the integration of connected and automated vehicle technology into planning, including how connected and automated vehicles should be considered, roles and responsibilities of stakeholders, both existing and new, and existing DOT planning guidance and tools that can provide support.